The Puritans on the Lord's Supper (Paperback)

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The Puritans on the Lord's Supper (Paperback)

By Don Kistler (Editor)


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The Lord's Supper plays a vital role in the life of the church. King Jesus gave this covenantal meal to His subjects as a sign and seal of His finished work. In this remarkable collection, the Puritans help us understand the spiritual significance of this gracious ordinance. Read The Puritans on the Lord's Supper to receive encouraging counsel on how to partake in it with reverence and joy.

Works included in this volume:
  • The Passover by Richard Vines
  • The Lord's Supper Is a Federal Ordinance by Edmund Calamy
  • The Express Renewal of Our Christian Vows by Edmund Calamy
  • The Duty to Partake of the Lord's Supper by William Wadsworth
  • Self-Examination by Joseph Alleine
  • The Fruit and Benefit of Worthy Receiving by Richard Vines
  • The Mystery of the Lord's Supper by Thomas Watson
Richard Vines Vines was born about 1600 in Leicestershire and studied at Magdalen College, Cambridge. He was a Presbyterian member of the Westminster Assembly and was one of the preparers of the Confession of Faith. He was a minister at St. Clement's Danes, London, and later at St. Lawrence Jewry. He died in 1655. Edmund Calamy This Edmund Calamy was the grandson of the earlier Puritan Edmund Calamy (1600-1666). He was born in 1673 and was educated at the University of Utrecht. In 1700, he began to preach to the nonconformists and, in 1703, took charge of a congregation in Westminster. He was responsible for Calamy's Non-Conformist's Memorial, the basis for Benjamin Brook's Lives of the Puritans. He died in 1732. Thomas Wadsworth Thomas Wadsworth was born in Southwark in 1630 and was educated at Christ's College, Cambridge. In 1652 he was appointed minister of Newington Butts and later at St. Lawrence Poutney. He died on October 28, 1676. Joseph Alleine Joseph Alleine was born in 1634 at Devizes and baptized on April 8. He began his studies at Lincoln College, Oxford, but was later moved to Corpus Christi College. He was one of the ejected ministers of 1662 and was imprisoned several times for preaching unlawfully. He died on November 17, 1668, while in jail for preaching the gospel. The Banner of Truth publishes his powerful book, A Sure Guide to Heaven. Thomas Watson Thomas Watson graduated from Emmanuel College, Cambridge, a nursery of the Puritans. He pastored for many years at St. Stephen's Walbrook in London. His writings are among the most popular of all the Puritan pastors. Soli Deo Gloria has published many of his scarcest works.
Product Details ISBN: 9798886860030
Publisher: Soli Deo Gloria Ministries
Publication Date: February 16th, 2023
Pages: 192
Language: English